Introducing Stories in Motion

Students with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) face unique social challenges.

To ensure a safe and successful school experience for these students, educators need effective tools that build problem solving skills in and out of the classroom.

With our online, interactive program, Stories in Motion, elementary school students with ASD create personalized social stories around common school scenarios.

Students create a character to represent them in these stories, then choose from twelve different topics to create a personalized narrative using dialogue and thought options. These topics include anxiety, bullying, cooperating, coping, friendship, joining in, listening, personal space, perspective taking, sportsmanship, stop and think, and transitions.

In the example below, students react to a bullying situation on the playground.

How would your student react if asked to do something inappropriate, embarrassing, or even dangerous?

what bullies do

Stories in Motion helps students think through these scenarios before they experience them in real life.

SIM walk like a crab strip

And an assistant provides positive reinforcement along the way.

SIM assisstant

Once they complete a story, students can print a personalized comic book containing the entire story and a highlight card with the key points to use as prompts.

bullying full comic page

Parents: Stories in Motion is available for use at home.

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Educators: Try Stories in Motion for free with one student.

Additional student licenses are only $12 per student with no minimum required purchase.

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